FBI Helped Predator

PUBLISHED: 1:30 PM 15 Jul 2021
UPDATED: 5:36 PM 15 Jul 2021

FBI Helped Predator Coach Assault Gymnasts, Then Lied To Investigators So DOJ Refused To Prosecute

This is just sick.

Just evil. (Source: YouTube Screenshot)

Not content with simply carrying out Gestapo activities in the U.S., apparently the FBI is also in the business of helping predators rape victims, and lying to investigators so that the ‘Justice Department’ could refuse to prosecute.

Conservative Treehouse explained:

An absolutely damning Inspector General investigation of FBI conduct in the rape and sexual assault of U.S. Gymnasts reveals how FBI agents facilitated Nassar’s sex crimes by taking no action despite numerous witness statements to them.

Worse yet, the FBI never reported the sexual assaults to local law enforcement… and to top it off, the FBI agents lied during the investigation of their conduct, and the DOJ under AG Bill Barr refused to prosecute the FBI liars.

The entire IG report reveals layer-upon-layer of FBI wrongdoing, misconduct and false statements in an effort to cover-up their activity when the internal investigation of their conduct began.  This report is a total condemnation of the FBI rank and file.  It really is quite stunning.

IG Report Excerpt – […] “The OIG found that, despite the extraordinarily serious nature of the allegations and the possibility that Nassar’s conduct could be continuing, senior officials in the FBI Indianapolis Field Office failed to respond to the Nassar allegations with the utmost seriousness and urgency that they deserved and required, made numerous and fundamental errors when they did respond to them, and violated multiple FBI policies.

The Indianapolis Field Office did not undertake any investigative activity until September 2nd, five weeks after the meeting with USA Gymnastics—when they telephonically interviewed one of the three athletes. Further, FBI Indianapolis never interviewed the other two gymnasts who they were told were available to meet with FBI investigators.

This absence of any serious investigative activity was compounded when the Indianapolis Field Office did not transfer the matter to the FBI office (the Lansing Resident Agency), where venue most likely would have existed had evidence been developed to support the potential federal crimes being considered, even though the Indianapolis office had been advised to do so by the USAO and had told USA Gymnastics that the transfer had occurred.

Additionally, the Indianapolis office did not notify state or local authorities of the sexual assault allegations even though it questioned whether there was federal jurisdiction to pursue them. As a result, the Lansing Resident Agency did not learn of the Nassar allegations until over a year after they were first reported to the FBI and then learned of them only from the MSUPD.

Moreover, the FBI conducted no investigative activity in the matter for more than 8 months following the September 2015 interview. During that period of time, as alleged and detailed in numerous civil complaints, Nassar’s sexual assaults continued.” (read full report)

The FBI responded to the IG report with this statement:

FBI Response to IG  – “As the Inspector General made clear in today’s report, this should not have happened. The FBI will never lose sight of the harm that Nassar’s abuse caused. The actions and inactions of certain FBI employees described in the report are inexcusable and a discredit to this organization. The FBI has taken affirmative steps to ensure and has confirmed that those responsible for the misconduct and breach of trust no longer work FBI matters.

Prior to today, the FBI initiated improvements to make sure that serious allegations, such as these, are promptly shared with our law enforcement partners and within the FBI. As a continuation of these efforts, the FBI is fully committed to implementing all of the recommendations made by the Inspector General.

We will take all necessary steps to ensure that the failures of the employees outlined in the report do not happen again.” (link)

The Gateway Pundit added:

The Justice Department’s Inspector General released a report on Wednesday and said the FBI made a series of errors in their sex abuse investigation of former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar.

At least 40 girls and women said they were sexually abused by Nassar over a 14-month period from July 2015 to September 2016 and the FBI was fully aware of the allegations.

According to the IG report, USA Gymnastics contacted the FBI field office in Indianapolis after 8 months of silence and inactivity from the Bureau in 2016, according to the Associated Press.

The FBI turned a blind eye to Nassar’s sexual abuse allegations and allowed him to get away with sex crime for several months!

“Ultimately the investigations determined that Nassar had engaged in sexual assaults of over 100 victims and possessed thousands of images of child pornography, led to his convictions is federal and state court, and resulted in Nassar being sentenced to incarceration for over 100 years,” the IG report said.

The IG report said FBI Special Agents made false statements and omitted material information.

“Indianapolis Field Office Special Agent in Charge (SAC) W. Jay Abbott and an Indianapolis Field Office Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) made false statements. Specifically, we concluded that the gymnast interview summary that the Indianapolis SSA drafted in February 2017, 17 months after the interview took place, contained materially false information and omitted material information,” the report said.

The SSA also made materially false statements when twice questioned by the Office of Inspector General about the victim interviews to “minimize errors” made by the Indianapolis field office when handling the Nassar sexual assault allegations.

Even more shocking, the SAC, Abbott, communicated with USA Gymnastics President Stephen Penny about a potential job opportunity with the US Olympic Committee – while he was discussing the allegations against Nassar (conflict of interest/ raises questions about impartiality) and he lied to the Inspector General’s office when questioned about it on two separate occasions.

The Justice Department declined to prosecute the FBI agents for false statements to the IG about how they handled the Nassar case.

The FBI responded to the IG report on Wednesday:

As the Inspector General made clear in today’s report, this should not have happened. The FBI will never lose sight of the harm that Nassar’s abuse caused. The actions and inactions of certain FBI employees described in the report are inexcusable and a discredit to this organization. The FBI has taken affirmative steps to ensure and has confirmed that those responsible for the misconduct and breach of trust no longer work FBI matters.

Prior to today, the FBI initiated improvements to make sure that serious allegations, such as these, are promptly shared with our law enforcement partners and within the FBI. As a continuation of these efforts, the FBI is fully committed to implementing all of the recommendations made by the Inspector General.

We will take all necessary steps to ensure that the failures of the employees outlined in the report do not happen again.